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The Tax Professionals Blog

How Married People Filing Separately Can Qualify for the Premium Tax Credit

Generally, a married taxpayer filing separately (MFS) who does not qualify as a victim of domestic abuse or spousal abandonment cannot take the premium tax credit (PTC) and thus must repay all advance premium tax credit (APTC) received (Sec 36B(c)(1)(C)).

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Will Taxing Olympic Gold Soon be Coming to an End?

Most people don’t realize this, but in addition to receiving a medal, winning U.S. Olympic athletes are compensated by the U.S. Olympic Committee with prize money: $25,000 for a gold medal, $15,000 for a silver medal and $10,000 for a bronze medal.

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Retirement and Qualified Longevity Annuities

IRS Regulations finalized in 2014 provide some relief for individuals who want to stretch out their retirement funds by generally allowing taxpayers to use up to the lesser of 25% or $125,000 of their retirement account to purchase a qualified longevity annuity contract (QLAC) within the account.  The amount used to purchase the QLAC is subtracted from the account balance and would thus reduce the RMD from the retirement account each year until a specified time in the future when distributions must begin from the annuity. 

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